Passover Begins

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Passover Begins

Pesach, commonly known as Passover, commences on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Nissan and concludes on the 21st or 22nd day.

This eight-day Jewish holiday commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. Throughout Passover, the consumption of leavened foods is prohibited, and only unleavened bread, referred to as matzah, is permitted. Matzah, an unleavened cracker, is swiftly baked before the batter has a chance to rise. It is consumed during the Seder and throughout the holiday to symbolize the haste of the Jews' departure from Egypt.